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1/3 Several of my friends were discussing this last week. It seems that local government, squeezed as they are between rapidly falling revenues and rising expenses, are running out of funds to pay for continued testing.https://t.co/v3Nlc4nJCK
3/3 What is more, with testing costs estimated to be just under 1.5 percentage points of GDP, forcing households to pay for their own tests would likely cause a substantial further drop in the household consumption share of GDP.
I became gardener/landscaper as retirement career.. went to college to get papers.. still in touch will the so many kids and younger adults that were my classmates.. They are on avg doing very well... some branching into different trades.. also in my old hood in Scarborough (Toronto) my area was middle to upper middle class.. at least half the driveways had pickups for the self employed trades guys ...
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Not a conspiracy theory, this is a literal quote from his mom in an academic journal: "The philosophy of personal responsibility has ruined criminal justice and economic policy. It’s time to move past blame." - Barbara H. Friedhttps://t.co/v3hIPDYEu7